Criminal Defense Attorneys in North and South Carolina

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Criminal Defense Attorneys in North and South Carolina

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Criminal Contempt NC

Criminal Contempt in North Carolina

There are two types of contempt in North Carolina – criminal contempt and civil contempt. This blog will focus on criminal contempt in North Carolina. To read about civil contempt
breach of trust SC

Breach of Trust in South Carolina

Breach of trust in South Carolina – Crimes typically fall into categories such as property crimes, theft crime, sex crimes, or homicides. There are several crimes that fall under each
advanced supervised release

Advanced Supervised Release in North Carolina

Advanced supervised release in North Carolina – During sentencing, a judge can choose to impose a sentence that falls within the proper sentencing range based on the defendant’s prior record,
federal plea deals

Federal Plea Deals

Federal plea deals – When someone is charged with a federal crime, it can be very scary.  Federal crimes can seem a lot more serious and complicated than state crimes.
Fake ID NC

Fake ID in North Carolina

Fake identification in North Carolina – We all know that it is common for people under 21 to use fake identification in order to get into bars or buy alcohol.
South Carolina Criminal Defendant Rights

The Rights of a Criminal Defendant in South Carolina

The rights of a criminal defendant in South Carolina – The United States Constitution has certain protections for criminal defendants that every jurisdiction adheres to. Most people are aware of
Charlotte DWI Attorney

Charlotte DWI Attorney

Charlotte DWI Attorney – A Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) charge can be a scary experience. There is a lot to consider, a lot to know, and a lot of steps
reasonable suspicion and probable cause

Probable Cause versus Reasonable Suspicion in Criminal Cases

Probable cause versus reasonable suspicion in criminal cases – Those who are lucky enough to never get intimately involved with the criminal justice system have a limited frame of reference
Rock HIll DUI

Rock Hill DUI Attorney

Rock Hill DUI Attorney – What should you do when you have been charged with a DUI in Rock Hill, South Carolina? Same thing you should do when you have
speeding ticket trial

So, You Want A Speeding Ticket Trial

So, you want a trial for a speeding ticket – Nobody enjoys getting pulled over by the police.  It is annoying, frustrating, and sometimes scary.  When you get a speeding
Larceny in South Carolina

Larceny in South Carolina

Larceny in South Carolina – Theft is one of the most common crimes. The term theft, however, is not typically the name of a crime itself; rather, it is included
South Carolina DUI Conviction

Consequences of a South Carolina DUI Conviction

South Carolina DUI conviction – When someone is charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in South Carolina, it can be a very stressful time with many things to consider.
turn signal NC

When to Use Turn Signal in North Carolina

This blog explains when North Carolina law requires drivers to use a turn signal. According to the North Carolina Statute G.S. 20 – 154 (a), a turn signal is only
hate crimes in NC

Hate Crimes in North Carolina

Hate crimes in North Carolina – Usually, we don’t say “I don’t even know how to start this one” when it comes to our blogs. But this one is a
mitigating factors NC felony sentencing

Mitigating Factors in NC Felony Sentencing

In North Carolina, felony sentencing is determined by structured sentencing guidelines. To determine which cell a person’s sentencing range falls into, courts consider applicable criminal convictions, mitigating factors, and aggravating
college disciplinary hearing

Campus Disciplinary Hearings

College campus disciplinary hearings operate much differently than criminal court proceedings. Most of the time, they have a lower evidentiary standard than a criminal hearing, and sometimes they don’t even
aggravating factors NC felony sentencing

Aggravating Factors in NC Felony Sentencing

Aggravating factors in NC felony sentencing – In North Carolina, felony sentencing is determined by structured sentencing guidelines. To determine which cell a person’s sentencing range falls into, courts consider
South Carolina criminal sentencing

South Carolina Criminal Sentencing

South Carolina Criminal Sentencing – When charged with a crime, there is a lot of uncertainty. Just a few of the things that need to be considered are the collateral
know your rights

Know Your Rights – Rights During Police Encounters

Know Your Rights – what you can and cannot do during a police encounter   Rights during a police encounter – Long before a criminal defense lawyer has a chance
robbery in South Carolina

Robbery in South Carolina

Robbery in South Carolina – Criminal charges vary by jurisdiction.  This means the elements, punishments, and definitions of those crimes are not universal.  A crime that most people have heard

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